Some of the people work(ed) with
- In june 2008, I spent some days in Caserta (Italy) for the first joint meeting of the SFC and CLADAG. Thanks to Francesco Palumbo who invited Jérôme Pagès to participate to the Multivariate Methods in Sensory Analysis invited session. Once again, lucky me, he had to decline the invitation.
- In may 2008, I spent on week in Taiwan, many thanks to Ching-Fan Sheu who is professor at the National Cheng Kung University and who kindly invited me to work with his students and to give a lecture. I would also like to thank his "dream" team for being so kind with me. It was one of my best week ever in Asia. Click to view.
- In january 2008, I had a wonderful time in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), thanks to Bernadette Govaerts. Besides, some of the students I supervised during this year 2007/2008 won a price for the best scientific poster. I would also like to thank them for being such a credit to their school and to their teachers. Click to view.
- In 2007, I participated in the second Summer Program in Sensory Evaluation (SPISE 2007). This year, this workshop was co-organised by Agrocampus Rennes. I was also part of both the scientific and organising committees of the first sensory meeting ever organised in Vietnam, the NEW TRENDS IN SENSORY EVALUATION OF FOOD AND NON-FOOD PRODUCTS symposium. Click to view.
- In july 2007, I spent one short week in Tokyo (Japan) for the IMPS 2007. Many thanks to Iven van Mechelen who invited Jérôme Pagès to participate to the Simultaneous Modeling of Linked Data Blocks invited session. Lucky me, he had to decline the invitation.
- Since 2006, I'm teaching at Nong Lam University of Agriculture and Forestry during one week, every year.
- In 2006, I participated in a training session for the Vietnamese wine industry organised at Bach Khoa University of Technology which is one of the main university in Vietnam.
- In 2006, I participated in a one day course in Khon Khan University, Thailand.
- In 2005, I participated in the first Summer Program in Sensory Evaluation (SPISE 2005) ever organised in Vietnam. To my knowledge, it was the first time that the statistical software R was taught ever in Vietnam.
- From 2003 till 2005, I participated in the Tempus program, a higher education cooperation scheme between EU member states and partner countries managed by the European Commission. Thus, I was in Belgrade (Serbia), in Chisinau (Moldova) and in Skopje (Macedonia), for one week, teaching sensory analysis and related statistical methods to students from a master program.